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Rome 2017 held a press conference at the Italian Olympic Committee’s headquarters.

Images courtesy of AndreaStaccioli/Insidefoto.

Journalists, local authorities, politicians, athletes and sports administrators were represnted at the opening press conference for the Rome 2017 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final, held on 22 June in CONI’s ‘Salone d’Onore’, the Italian Olympic Committee’s room of honour.

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She was overtaken in the ranking list by Sarah Sonnichsen after the World Cup stage in Salt Lake.

Colombia’s Sara Lopez was pushed out of the top spot in the world ranking list by Sarah Sonnichsen, from Denmark, when it was published on 26 June 2017 with the inclusion of points accrued at stage three of the 2017 Hyundai Archery World Cup in Salt Lake City.

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Kim Woojin only needed an eight with his last arrow to take gold, but shot a seven.

An all-Korean recurve men’s final in Salt Lake City went down to the last arrow of regulation, and then even further, as Kim Woojin missed an eight-to-win opportunity and let Im Dong Hyun take a shot at winning the match in a tiebreaker.

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The Rio 2016 winner’s gold medal won her enough points to make the 2017 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final.

Recurve women’s Olympic Champion Chang Hye Jin won gold at stage three of the 2017 Hyundai Archery World Cup, beating Tan Ya-Ting in four sets, closing with a perfect 30 and qualifying for the World Cup Final in the process.

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The second-seeded squad upset favourite and Olympic Champion Korea in the final.

Chinese Taipei’s Tan Ya-Ting, Le Chien-Ying and Peng Chia-Mao beat Olympic Champion and top-seeded Korea to the Salt Lake City recurve women’s team gold in a four set final at the third stage of the 2017 Hyundai Archery World Cup circuit.

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Our picks for the recurve individual medal matches at the third stage of the 2017 Hyundai Archery World Cup.

The third stage of this year’s tour in Salt Lake City sees the return of the Korean recurves to the finals arena after a disappointing showing at the first stop in Shanghai and missing out a trip to Antalya altogether.

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A perfect 30 decided the compound women’s gold medal match.

Spain’s Andrea Marcos beat world number two Sarah Sonnichsen, from Denmark, to compound women’s gold at stage three of the Hyundai Archery World Cup in Salt Lake City, finishing the match with a perfect 30.

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Colombia collected one gold and one bronze on compound Saturday in Salt Lake.

World number one compound woman Sara Lopez and mixed team partner Daniel Munoz beat a Mexican paring of Linda Ochoa-Anderson and Rodolfo Gonzalez to gold at the third stage of the Hyundai Archery World Cup in Salt Lake.

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The world’s top two ranked compound men were neck-and-neck throughout the final.

The Netherland’s Mike Schloesser shot a 10 that measured just 15mm from the centre of the target to beat Stephan Hansen on a closest-to-the-middle measure in the shoot-off that decided the compound men’s gold medal in Salt Lake.

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